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Dog Areas in Rio Rancho

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Best Dog Neighborhoods in Rio Rancho

  1. Dog Parks 1
    Population Density 1,278/sq mi

    #1 North Rio Rancho

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    Located in the northern part of the great city of Rio Rancho is the Rio Rancho Sports Complex and Dog Park. This sports complex is home to many sports fields for softball and baseball. It also has plenty of benches, picnic tables and walking paths. The sports complex is also home to a dog park. Dogs are allowed in the sports complex only if leashed, and can roam freely in the dog park without a leash. You can really make a day out of your trip to the park. Start out by playing some tennis with your dog by your side before having some lunch at a picnic table.

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  2. Dog Parks 0
    Population Density 761/sq mi

    #2 South Rio Rancho

    36

    Southern Rio Rancho is home to Haynes Park. Although not a dog park, Haynes Park welcomes dogs of all sizes and breeds if they are leashed. The park has plenty of amenities, including sports courts, BBQ grills, picnic tables and walking paths meandering around the entire park. Although your dog will not be able to run around freely, the park will provide a warm and fun atmosphere. You can both stretch your legs by walking or running around the park. Trust us, you will have a wonderfur time at this park with your four-legged furry friend!

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    Population Density 761/sq mi

    #3 West Rio Rancho

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    If you live in West Rio Rancho, you are incredibly lucky because you live next to three fantastic parks. The first park you should visit is Cabezon Park. This park only welcomes dogs on leashes, but has nearly thirteen acres of open space. The second park you need to visit is the Star Heights Park. This park also welcomes only leashed dogs. It has plenty of amenities and sports fields that you and your furry friend can enjoy. Lastly, you must visit the Los Milagros Park. It is a large park with grass and dirt that welcomes dogs only on leashes.

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    Population Density 781/sq mi

    #4 East Rio Rancho

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    Although there are no dog parks in the East Rio Rancho neighborhood, there are three parks where leashed dogs of all sizes and breeds are welcome. The first park you need to take your prized pooch to is the Alpine Xeric Park. This park is a small, one-acre area. The next park you mutts visit is the Leon Grande Park. This park has plenty of seating, picnic tables, sports courts, water fountains and lush green grassy stretches of land. Lastly, don’t leave East Rio Rancho without visiting the Veja Baja Park. It has plenty of picnic tables and a playground where you can play.
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  5. Dog Parks 16
    Population Density 3,084/sq mi

    #5 Albuquerque

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    If you drive a mere seventeen miles from your home in Rio Rancho, you’ll find yourself in the city of Albuquerque, New Mexico. Albuquerque has a staggering sixteen dog parks throughout the city! Each park has different amenities that can be suited to you and your dog. Some dog parks have training agility courses while others have gigantic open spaces where you and your dog can run freely. Some parks have zones for big and small dogs, so if your dog is small or shy, you can find a park suited to their personality. There is no shortage of places in Albuquerque for you and your pooch!

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